Allergy is not equal to allergy.
Nasal rash, sneezing, stuffy nose, cervical cough, and especially itching are symptoms of allergic rhinoconjunctivitis.
But also behind a chronic sniffing or an increased susceptibility to infection can sometimes hide an allergy. A strong allergy affects your performance in school and work and makes you feel lame and energy-free.
It is widespread to tolerate allergic symptoms for as long as possible without treatment, but this harms your health. We will work out an (individual) concept of allergy treatment for you.
If an allergic rhinoconjunctivitis persists for a long time, the risk of allergic asthma - also called change of floors - is increasing.
Diagnosis and treatment
In the case of a desensitization treatment (hyposensitization), the development of tolerance is promoted by stepwise habituation of the body to the allergen. It reduces the allergy symptoms and can often prevent the transition to an allergic asthma. It is the only causal therapy for allergic disease.
Anamnesis and various tests - such as the Prick test, Scratch test, total IGE determination, resting procedure and nasal provocation - are used for diagnostics on inhalational allergens, e.g. tree or grass pollen, house dust mites or animal hair.
Through history and various tests - such as the Prick test, scratch test, total IGE determination, resting procedure and nasal provocation, we can determine whether you are suffering from a tree or grass pollen, house dust mite or animal hair energy.
We perform subcutaneous (injection) and sublingual desensitization (tablets and drops).